How to use Well-adjusted in a sentence

well-adjusted
  • Suddenly, he found a great deal of empathy for Connor, and wondered if he could ever be as well adjusted to his situation as the human had become.

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  • It can take time and patience to introduce a new cat into your household, but the end result is a happy and well-adjusted pet that will give you many years of companionship.

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  • Ideally, the parents and child in the relationship are happy, well adjusted and mutually supportive, which increases the chances of having a positive experience with co-parenting.

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  • Fans are certain she'll have no problem raising a well-adjusted celebrity baby.

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  • But in spite of it, he appears to be well adjusted.

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  • But given the pair of parents the boy was forced to live with, it's a wonder he's as well adjusted as he is.

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  • The forms are now poor, though not lacking in grandeur, and the details are not as well adjusted as before, with a want of mastery of the most suitable decoration.

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  • The majority of American families at the time were similarly structured, with a working dad, stay-at-home mom and two seemingly well-adjusted kids; American family values were traditional ones.

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  • This skill is essential to master as it helps you develop into a well-adjusted, competent adult.

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  • This is essential because it helps you develop into a well-adjusted, self-confident adult.

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  • These are essential components in the journey toward becoming a well-adjusted, competent adult.

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  • Children who are well adjusted but defiant may benefit most from this type of placement.

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  • Once you think you've found the right breed, learn how to select a healthy, well-adjusted pup with LTK Dog's Choosing a Puppy Quiz.

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  • The well-adjusted adolescent actually looks forward to achievement, and, in later adolescence, clear sexual identity is established.

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  • He must learn to distinguish between his feelings and those of others if he's to live any semblance of a normal and well-adjusted life.

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  • It is an ongoing task that will often test your patience and abilities, but the rewards are amazing-happy, well-adjusted, loving children, and your own sense of accomplishment.

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  • Parenting classes can provide you with the techniques to improve your parenting skills and raise happy, well-adjusted children.

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  • The proper clock can help keep you well-adjusted and fresh for the duration of your journey whether you travel across the country or across the ocean.

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  • Even though their parents are far from average, both kids are well adjusted and grounded, and the family's dynamics are very similar to those of "normal" families.

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  • She's now a happy, well adjusted sixth grader.

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  • When parents resist this temptation by continuing to enforce consistent rules and structures, children have a greater chance to emerge from divorce well-adjusted.

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  • Despite the negative stereotypes of lonely, sad only children or bratty, spoiled monsters, many only children are happy and well-adjusted.

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